Shuro Tawashi Bottle Brush
Windmill Palm Fibre, Beech Wood
Made in Japan
Full Length: 41cm (16”)
Brush: 14cm x 6 x 3cm (5.5” x 2.4” x 1.2”)
Handle: ⌀1.5 x L27cm (⌀0.6” x L10.63”
- fits smallest diameter of ⌀3.75cm (⌀1.5″)
Tawashi, traditional Japanese scrub brush, are still a ubiquitous household cleaning tool in many homes in Japan. This bottle brush is a fantastic alternative to modern kitchen tools made from synthetic materials. The tawashi brushes are all made by hand, using the bark of the windmill palm tree called Shuro, a natural material familiar to Japanese culture since ancient times. Shuro’s flexible and soft texture is ideal when utilized for scrub brushes and brooms.
Durable and long-lasting, easy and gentle to use for bottle, vases, and other deep vessels. The bristle portion of the brush has some give so that the tawashi fibres can get to the edges of the vessel. The tawashi lifts away dirt one bristle at at time, so regular water is sufficient enough for normal washing-up. For greasy or heavily soiled items, apply only a small amount of dishwashing liquid to the bristles.
This long tawashi bottle brush with a beech wood handle is ideal for cleaning deep (tall) pots, cups, coffee bottles, and other tableware requiring a clean.
[Various ways you can utilize Shuro Tawashi Bottle Brush]
・Washing dishes, glasses, or ceramic vessels
・Washing water bottles and vacuum flasks
・Washing vases and other decorative vessels
・Washing inside kettles, teapots, and jars
・Washing reusable plastic bag alternatives
Handmade products may be slightly different in shape and size due to the inherent inconsistency of production. While the conditions of the materials are carefully overseen by craftsmen on an individual basis, this can also result in a wider array of possible final dimensions.
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